Celebrate Halloween with Monsters!

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Today is a very exciting day indeed. It is both Halloween and the release day for Volume 5 of Inaccurate Realities.

What is a monster? Are they the creatures that haunt our nightmares? Or do they live in the back of our closet and go bump in the night? These stories explore monsters in their various forms, from the traditional, to the otherworldly, to the ones that could be walking among us.

Volume 5 of Inaccurate Realities Presents:

“Labyrinth Hope” by S G Larner
“Roxanne” by Amanda Lara
“The Goblin” by Llanwyre Laish
“Skin” by Kathleen Kelly
“The Night Parade of Hiro Doji” by Aimee Picchi

As well as interviews with Rin Chupeco, and Hillary Monahan and reviews of Servants of the Storm by Delilah S. Dawson, Ghost House by Alexandra Adornetto, and Pretty Deadly Volume 1 by Kelly Sue DeConnick and Emma Ríos.

Paperbacks available from Amazon.com /   Amazon.ukCreateSpace / Buy from us directly  / More to come soon!

Digital copies available from  Smashwords / Buy from us directly / More to come soon!

Be sure to share thoughts with us on TwitterFacebook or Goodreads. Happy Reading!

Things That Go Bump in the Night: Volume 5 Stories

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We’re happy to announce the official list of stories for Volume 5: Monsters

“Labyrinth Hope” by S. G. Larner

“Roxanne” by Amanda Lara

“Skin” by Kathleen Kelly

“The Goblin” by Llanwyre Laish

“The Night Parade of Hiro Doji” by Aimee Picchi

Reviews and interviews will be announced soon!

Issue #5 will be available October 31 2014 and can be pre-ordered here.

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Volume 4: Superpowers Has Arrived

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Captain America, X-Men, Spider-Man and Guardians of the Galaxy were the big superhero hits at the box office this year. But if you’re anything like me they just weren’t enough. Get your superpower fix now with Inaccurate Realities Volume 4!

If you could have any superpower what would you choose? And how would you use that power – would you be a hero? Or a villain? Or are those words simply a matter of perspective? These stories take classic science fiction and make it someone’s brave new reality.

Featuring:

“The New Age” by Eleanor Pender
“Dancin’ in the Rain” by Kimberly Kay
“Save the Day” by M R Zapp
“Retro-causality or the Allergy of Genghis Khan” by John Herman
“Nothing But Fear” by Aspen Bassett

As well as interviews with Amelia Kahaney, Christopher E Long and Leigh Ann Kopans and reviews of Sekret by Lindsay Smith, Illusive by Emily Lloyd-Jones, and V is for Villain by Peter Moore.

Paperbacks available from Amazon.com / Amazon.ca  Amazon.ukCreateSpace / Barnes & NobleBuy from us directly  / More to come soon!

Digital copies available from Kindle / NookSmashwords / Buy from us directly / More to come soon!

Be sure to share thoughts with us on TwitterFacebook or Goodreads. Happy Reading!

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